Tahseen Ali-Khan lives and works in New York City and paints in her studio on Grammercy Park. Her work is regularly exhibited in members' shows at the prestigious Salmagundi Art Club. Throughout her education and professional life, Ali-Khan has remained dedicated to painting as a medium of self expression. She has had the good fortune to have been tutored by iconic and inspirational artists such as John Howard Sanden at the Art Students League, Richard Pionk at The Pastel Society of America, and John A. Parks at the School of Visual Arts in New York. A self proclaimed perpetual student, Ali-Khan continually draws inspiration from her visits to museums, galleries, and shows in and around New York City. Her well documented travels around the world also offer a wealth of subjects for her paintings. Recently, she gained special recognition among artists and critics in Pakistan after displaying a collection of works in a solo exhibition titled "Reading Faces, Marking Places".